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Old 07-19-2005, 09:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dust Brothers/Chemical Brothers

so does anyone know the story about the dust brothers and chemical brothers? the dust brothers did the fight club soundtrack but is that the old chemical brothers or the actual dust brothers?
so what are some dust brothers songs? i have every chemical brothers cds although they arent all that impressive....

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Old 08-22-2005, 08:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The Chemical Brothers were originally known as the Dust Brothers, but were forced to change their name because of the producers of the same name. I think The Chemicals released an EP or something as the Dust Brothers on the Junior Boys label in the early 90's. The actual original Dust Brothers are still going, and they just worked with Beck on his Guero album.
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I think the Dust Brothers production of The Beastie Boys' Paul's Boutique album in itself qualifies them as creative geniuses.
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The Chemical Brothers were originally known as the Dust Brothers, but were forced to change their name because of the producers of the same name. I think The Chemicals released an EP or something as the Dust Brothers on the Junior Boys label in the early 90's. The actual original Dust Brothers are still going, and they just worked with Beck on his Guero album.
i used to collect dust brother records before they changed to chemical brothers they had 3 12"s on junior boys own under the dust brothers name song to the siren / my mercury mouth EP / 14 century sky EP.
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Dust/chem brothers have also done some good remixeds for rad rice / st.etienne / nightmares on wax / justin robertson
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I just watched the Chemical Brothers singles DVD, which has some wicked live tracks from Glastonbury and Japan. Ever since Come With Us, they've been kind of weak (excluding Star Guitar, which could honestly be their best single). I haven't listened to Push the Button yet, would anyone recommend it at all?
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I just watched the Chemical Brothers singles DVD, which has some wicked live tracks from Glastonbury and Japan. Ever since Come With Us, they've been kind of weak (excluding Star Guitar, which could honestly be their best single). I haven't listened to Push the Button yet, would anyone recommend it at all?
i havent haerd it yet ...ill see if its ok
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